Such a brave little mama’s boy.
Courtesy of KTUU:
Track Palin, son of former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, is expected to change his plea in Anchorage Veterans Court Tuesday morning, where therapy and not punishment is the main consequence for bad behavior.
Palin was scheduled to change his plea Monday, but changed his mind after running away from cameras in the hallway of the courthouse.
This week’s court hearing is part of an ongoing saga which, at one point, saw reporters and news cameras banned from the courtroom. Cameras will be allowed to cover the change of plea Tuesday.
Palin arrived in court Monday sporting a gray jacket, sunglasses, and a hat. He attempted to avoid cameras waiting in the hallway by taking the stairs before hiding in a bathroom.
When asked by the judge what he was learning as part of his time in veteran’s court, Palin said, “patience.”
Kind of hard to convince everybody what a brave warrior you are when you are hiding in the potty.
I love how the judge asked Track what he was learning, because as we know whenever you ask a Palin that question the answer is “nothing.”
Track, of course, is supposed to be tried for breaking into his parent’s house and beating the crap out of his father.
According to the Frontiersman, Track is scheduled to give this another try today.
Maybe he will bring his binky with him so that he will be comforted enough to actually make it into the courtroom.